You won’t want to miss out on these Brand New releases we’re loving from Bottega Venega, Saint Laurent, TSATSAS, The Arrivals, and Prospect.
For Bottega Veneta’s Fall/Winter 2019 “The Originals” eyewear collection, the brand brought us a line of too-cool-for-school pieces. Our favorite? The wrap around mask-style glasses, which come in black, white, and tortoise shell, each featuring a tiny logo engraved above the right lens.
For the opening of the exhibition “Judy Chicago: Los Angeles” at Jeffrey Deitch gallery, Prospect has introduced new limited editions to its collaborative collection with artist Judy Chicago. Just for the L.A.-based show, Chicago and Prospect NY have created an array of goodies, including a book of 36 postcards (featuring the artist’s iconic works), a new pomegranate soap sculpture, and items like throw pillows and fine bone china plates.
If you’re looking for the ultimate, everyday accessory for fall, TSATSAS’ MALVA bags are sure to do the trick. Available in five variations, they range in size—from the bare-essentials companion up to an all-day handbag. The geometric bags come in several neutral colors like olive brown, ivory, and slate, have been crafted in German and Scandinavian leather, and are lined with soft blue lamb’s nappa leather.
Perfect for those who wish to stay outdoors as the weather gets cooler, The Arrivals has just launched its sixth collection entitled “OASIS.” The new Fall/Winter 2019 collection is inspired by life “out there,” bringing street style to functionality. Here, mountain performance wear bridges the gap between fashion and practicality. Including a series of new designs like shearling mittens, trapper hats, and a water repellant hoodie, OASIS also saw the return of brand favorites like the MØYA jacket and the KÅLA—a shearling teddy bear coat available in an eraser pink.
Saint Laurent’s new eyewear blends vintage elements with an edgy design. The collection brings the iconic (but understated) YSL monogram to the temple of a selection of black and silver finishes—seen on styles like a sleek, almost-rectangular cat-eye frame.